Along with these three programs, the club also offers drop in classes, where anyone interested in participating is welcome to attend, work out with the coaches and use any of the gym’s equipment. This drop in class is not only for gymnasts; a group of snowboarders use the facility to train while there is a lack of snow on the ground.Erin Hipkiss, the club’s Recreational Coordinator, says with all the exciting programs the club’s popularity has been growing substantially. She attributes its growing attraction to a very successful summer program, which has carried over into this year.Hipkiss also spoke about the future plans for the gymnastic program, which look very promising as the club will be getting a new coach from Russia, Andrey Bekov, who has an impressive history in the sport, and currently is training some of the Junior National team.She says all of these unique experiences offered through the club are its way of “redefining what happens in the building.”Advertisement This year, the facility is offering a wide array of programs designed to cater to all levels of gymnasts, as well as all demographics interested in physical activity.Aside from regular gymnastic lessons, some of the programs offered through the club include Gymnaestrada, a combination of gymnastics and dance.Another popular choice the club’s boot camps, hour long training sessions where participants take part in a variety of exercises using the gymnastic equipment, designed for cardio, weight loss and strength training, but delivered in a fun and exciting atmosphere.- Advertisement -Currently, the club is in its third week of its boot camp program, which runs until Dec. 17 and starts up again after the New Year. The program runs Tuesdays and Thursday from 9-10 a.m. and costs $220 for the full four months. Anyone interested is encouraged to come try the program. The club is offering a first free class to get a taste of what is involved.The facility also offers a day care program for class participants, where children are supervised in a room with some of the club’s coaches.The program now offers a unique, new program called Parkour, an activity where the participant uses speed and gymnastics to creatively manoeuvre through their environment. The sport has become increasingly popular over the past few years, and is even being considered being added as an event at the X-Games.Advertisement
In game two, the Flyers, playing on home ice, came out with a purpose and scored early, courtesy of Connor Bowie. Max Dobson and Jayden Greyeyes also added first period goals, concluding the opening frame with the hometown Peewee team with a 3-0 lead.Despite a scoreless second period, there was plenty of action for Flyers goaltender Kale Goulet, who made a number of big saves to maintain the home team’s three goal lead.Halfway through the third, Valleyview scored their first goal of the game, cutting the Flyers’ lead to 3-1.However, the Vipers were unable to score again, thanks in large part to a solid defensive effort from the Flyers, which paid off with seven minutes remaining, as Wagner and Craig-Steele combined to score a short-handed beauty, securing the Ross H. MacLean All Peace Championship.Advertisement Following a championship winning season with a record 30 wins, 12 losses and 4 ties, the Peewee Flyers will represent the Energetic City as the B.C. Provincial Championships in Salmon Arm next week. In Saturday’s game one on the road, the Flyers got the ever important first goal, as Aiden Craig-Steele scored seven minutes into the game. Two minutes later, the lead was extended to 2-0, as Reid Jacobs fired in a goal from the point.With three minutes left in the first period, the lead was cut in half, as the Vipers’ persistence paid off, scoring to make it 2-1 following the first period of play.In the second, the Flyers restored their two goal lead, as Craig-Steele finished off a three way passing play, scoring his second of the game for the 3-1 Fort St. John lead.- Advertisement -The score remained 3-1 until the halfway point of the third, when some sustained Vipers pressure paid off with a goal, producing a nail biting finish with the scoreboard now reading 3-2.However, up to the challenge was Flyers goaltender Cameron Smethurst, who stood tall throughout a flurry of Valleyview pressure, making countless saves to preserve the one goal game, including a clutch breakaway save.His forwards returned the favour with three minutes remaining, as Isaac Wagner scored to produce the 4-2 game one final.Advertisement
Photo: The RCMP perform a grid search of the second pipeline location – Submitted RCMPMembers of the RCMP Explosive Disposal Unit, RCMP National Post Blast Team, Dawson Creek Detachment and local Search and Rescue are conducting a grid search at the site of the second explosion near a gas pipeline.- Advertisement -“Personnel are continuing to conduct a thorough search of the blast area and the surrounding debris field,” explains Sgt Tim Shields, RCMP Media Relations Officer. “Essentially these individuals are combing the area looking for any item that is out of place and could provide a clue to investigators. This can include anything from a footprint to a piece of the explosive that was used.”The grid search which began yesterday is expected to continue in the area for at least the remainder of the day.
In an effort to curb the overuse of plastic bags, some Fort St. John retailers have begun charging a small fee for the single use bags.In September 2009, the Northern Environmental Action Team conducted a reusable bag education campaign on behalf of the City, says Beth Thompson, program co-ordinator for NEAT.Thompson says the organization did a community plastic bag assessment from 42 businesses in the city over a one week period.- Advertisement -She says participating retailers distributed approximately 307,000 plastic bags to customers, adding that the worst offenders were grocery stores. Before the study began, there were already some stores that were charging a fee for plastic bags and, since then, several other stores have begun charging for plastic bags. Thompson says feedback from residents has varied. She says Staples was one business that received negative feedback from its customers after it began charging for the bags.Advertisement The number of plastic bags distributed by city retailers is comparable to provincial numbers. According to the Retail Council of Canada, approximately 1.5 billion plastic bags are distributed across the provinceNEAT is hoping to do a follow-up campaign to determine if the new charges have forced residents alter their use of plastic bags. In general, participating retailers charge five cents per plastic bag.The concept of charging customers for single use plastic bags is not new. Toronto has had a mandatory charge in place for all retailers for over a year and municipal government in Fort McMurray, Alberta has recently implemented a widespread plastic bag ban across the city.Advertisement
Arsenal stars Olivier Giroud and Theo Walcott have been relegated to the bench for Saturday’s highly-anticipated North London Derby against Tottenham.The afternoon clash at White Hart Lane has been ramped up as the biggest North London Derby EVER, with second-place Spurs the rare favourites ahead of the game with Arsenal making wholesale changes to their side.With an injured Petr Cech on the sidelines, David Ospina starts in goal for the Gunners as one of four changes to the side which was beaten 2-1 by Swansea on Wednesday.Danny Welbeck is preferred to start up front over out-of-form Giroud, who is without a goal in his last ten games.Walcott is also dropped to the bench along with Joel Campbell, while Mohamed Elneny has been given his first Premier League start.Meanwhile, Spurs also make four changes from their 1-0 defeat to West Ham, with first-choice full-back duo Kyle Walker and Danny Rose returning, and Mousa Dembele and Dele Alli also back in Spurs’ solid midfield.Tottenham v Arsenal teams (kick-off 12:45pm):Tottenham starting XI: Lloris, Walker, Alderweireld, Wimmer, Rose, Dier, Dembele, Eriksen, Alli, Lamela, Kane.Subs: Son, Mason, Vorm, Trippier, Chadli, Carroll, Davies.Arsenal starting XI: Ospina, Bellerin, Mertesacker, Gabriel, Gibbs, Elnenny, Coquelin, Ramsey, Ozil, Sanchez, Welbeck.Subs: Giroud, Walcott, Monreal, Flamini, Chambers, Campbell, Macey. Arsenal forwards Theo Walcott and Olivier Giroud 1
GLENDALE – Grand View Memorial Park, accused of improperly disposing of thousands of cremated remains, has repeatedly been cited for discharging foul odors and smoke, documents show. Inspectors with the South Coast Air Quality Management District, which enforces air-quality laws in Southern California, paid dozens of visits to the cemetery between 1998 and 2003, after nearly 60 complaints from residents about foul odors, records show. As a result, the AQMD imposed strict conditions on operations and required $37,000 in equipment upgrades. “They were causing a lot of problems. There were a lot of complaints,” said Mohsen Nazemi, the assistant deputy executive officer of engineering and compliance for the AQMD. “We did make a lot of visits.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson The citations, obtained through a California Public Records Act request, are unrelated to complaints by the state Consumer Affairs Department, which found the cremated remains of some 4,000 people in storage rooms, a trash bin, on the floor and mixed with other remains. Officials also allege shoddy record-keeping, and said they believe cemetery President Marsha Lee Howard, secretary Moshe Goldsman and two trustees resold grave sites and “loaned” themselves $40,000 from the cemetery’s endowment care fund, which was set up for grounds maintenance, records show. As a result, officials halted new business in November and are taking the operators to court Jan. 19 for a permanent resolution to the case. In the meantime, the operators have been ordered not to sell new graves, and Howard, who lives on the property, was removed from day-to-day operations. Howard; her Woodland Hills attorney, Myles Mattenson; and Goldsman did not return calls Wednesday. Kevin Flanagan, a spokesman with the Consumer Affairs Department, said he was not surprised by the AQMD citations. “If they’re not following cemetery and funeral rules properly, why would they follow air-quality rules?” he said. In April 2000, inspectors responded to residents’ complaints of black smoke and were greeted by Howard, who said, “I was wondering when I was going to hear from you,” according to the documents. An afterburner for one of the five crematory ovens broke down during a cremation cycle, she told investigators, and the fire department had responded. “So far, Ms. Howard has received three (notices of violation) and one order of abatement and the complaints keep rolling in,” inspector Don Hopps wrote in his notes. In response to the Consumer Affairs allegations, residents who have loved ones buried in Grand View have filed a lawsuit alleging that remains were removed from graves, grave-site markers were discarded and graves meant for one person were re-used for other burials. Milton Friedman, a senior legal administrator overseeing the case, said his office has been sending out questionnaires to potential victims in advance of a Feb. 17 court hearing, when attorneys will ask the judge for permission to inspect the property and videotape grave sites. “We’ve had quite a few people call us,” Friedman said. “Most of the calls have complained about the lack of maintenance, the look of the cemetery. It gets emotional sometimes because there’s some family members who’ve received cremated remains from the cemetery, but now question whether those are the actual remains.” Jason Kandel, (818) 546-3306 email@example.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
The results from the games played atn the weekend were as follows.Division 2 League.Malin 2-2 Convoy 3-11. Junior Championship:2nd Game.Termon 0-2 Buncrana 5-8.Senior ChampionshipGlenfin 3-10. Convoy1-7. Aodh Ruadh 2-2 Termon 7-13.Moville 1-8 Four Masters 3-3.In the Ulster U16 Final Donegal played Tyrone at Devenish on a very wet and cold Saturday morning in a very exciting match which went down to the wire with extra time being necessary.This was football at its best in the weather circumstance with tyrone the strongest in the first half playing with a strong breeze,but Donegal came into their own after half time with some well taken scores and it ended level at full time.The score at full time was 3-12 each.and the score after extra time was Tyrone 4-15 Donegal3-17 a single point victory. It is no wonder the Donegal girls were so upset to lose by a single point.Extra time swung from one end to the other but Tyrone a few points ahead in the dying minutes and shaded it by a few points.Moville 1 -8 Four Masters 3-3.Aodh Ruadh 2-2 Termon 5-8 GAA NEWS: DONEGAL LADIES NOTES was last modified: July 31st, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:donegal ladies gaa notes
Two men have appeared at a special sitting of Sligo District Court tonight in connection wiht a massive drugs seizure in Donegal yesterday.The men were charged in connection with the seizure of a significant quantity of cannabis.The men, aged 44 and 37, were charged with possession, possession with intent to supply, and cultivation of cannabis at Trummon, Laghey. They were both remanded in custody by Judge Kevin Kilraine to Castlerea Prison to appear again at Harristown District Court on 1 June.MEN CHARGED IN CONNECTION WITH DONEGAL DRUGS HAUL was last modified: May 26th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
DDTV: Republic of Ireland and Everton star Seamus Coleman has named Michael Murphy as his favourite other sportsperson in a candid interview with RTE Sport.When asked during the interview who is favourite other sportsperson was Coleman had no hesitation in saying Michael Murphy. Coleman said the Glenswilly clubman is a fantastic ambassador for the county and also added that he was a great person off the pitch as well as on it.Coleman has been nominated for Irish Sportsperson of the year and was asked a string of different questions during the five minute interview.To watch the interview simply click play on the video above. DDTV: SEAMUS COLEMAN INTERVIEW – “MICHAEL MURPHY IS MY FAVOURITE OTHER SPORTSPERSON was last modified: December 19th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:DDTVMichael Murphynewsseamus colemanSport
A woman who was so angry at 17,000 white crosses being put up on a roadway by the NO campaign in the abortion referendum that she literally took it into her own hands to change it. Donegal woman Taryn De Vere was outraged after dozens of pro-life campaigners spent hours erecting the crosses along the 30kms of roadway from Letterkenny to Bridgend.So she went out and tried to change the message sent out by the crosses. Many motorists were left shocked by the cross campaign, which is understood to symbolise the lives of children.But pro-choice campaigner Taryn De Vere decided something needed to be done to remember the women who died as a result of the abortion situation in Ireland.So she went out and wrote the names of many of the women associated with the abortion controversy including Savita Halappanavar, Ann Lovett, Michelle Harte and Bimbo Onanuga.Taryn said she has written these names to symbolise the many women of Ireland whose lives have been affected by the 8th amendment. “I was really upset that so much work had gone into suppressing my and other women’s rights,” she said.“Those women were actual people, with friends and family not abstract concepts. The No campaign keeps erasing women from their messaging, they want us to imagine that the women of Ireland will go on a murdering spree if there isn’t legislation to stop us. It’s offensive and wrong.“The 8th has caused the death of several women and harmed hundreds of thousands of women but those women do not seem to matter to No campaigners.”“I was so upset I was shaking when I was writing the names on. A car stopped to ask me what the crosses were about, I told them what I was doing. They thought the crosses were disgusting and they expressed support for what I was doing,” Taryn said.Donegal County Council confirmed today that they would remove crosses in certain areas “that are causing a hazard to either pedestrians or road users.” Woman takes ‘cross’ issue into her own hands to remember those who died was last modified: May 22nd, 2018 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)